Now Available - Cessna 150 Commuter

Many of us learned to fly in the venerable Cessna 150 or 152. First produced in 1958, the C150 was to become the fourth best selling general aviation aircraft ever produced, and many of them are still in the air. Our newest release is based on one of those still-flying examples. We had personal access for several days to this vintage C150 three years ago, and we finally decided to bring it to life in X-Plane. This is tail number N-17043, based out of a small grass-strip community airstrip near Houston, Texas, USA. She is a 1972 Cessna 150L model.

We outfitted the C150 with two different panels - the original panel from N17043 is a basic trainer panel with only a COM1/NAV1 radio, a transponder and an OBS gauge. The "Commuter" panel facilitates more comfortable and longer flights. It has an audio panel, KX165A COM1/NAV1 radio with OBS display mode and 8.33khz channel support, a KX165 COM2/NAV2 radio, a transponder, a DME, a simulation of the Cessna 300A single-axis autopilot, and dual OBS gauges. Optionally, you can substitute a Cessna 300 ADF radio with ADF gauge - it replaces the DME and KX165 radio in the radio stack, and replaces the OBS2 gauge with the ADF gauge.

Check out the new Cessna in further detail here...


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